Portugal and Chile lock horns in semifinals on June 28th, 2017 2:00 PM EST in Kazan Arena, Kazan, in hope earn their first ever final of the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017. FS1 will be doing the TV coverage while the game can be watched online live on fuboTV.
The last time these two national teams met was way back in 2011 when the International Friendly game ended in 1-1 draw.
Date and Time: June 28th, 2017 2:00 PM EST
Venue: Kazan Arena, Kazan
TV: FS1, Telemundo (US)
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The European champions- La Roja looks strong in their debut Federations Cup with Real Madrid forward Ronaldo scoring twice to push his country to the final four.
Manchester City’s new intake Bernardo Silva, who injured his right foot after scoring in Saturday’s 0-4 win over New Zealand is doubtful play against Chile.
Forwards: Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), Nani (Valencia), Gelson Martins (Sporting), Andre Silva (Milan), Bernardo Silva (Manchester City), and Ricardo Quaresma (Besiktas)
Midfielders: Andre Gomes (Barcelona), Pizzi (Benfica), Joao Moutinho (Monaco), Danilo (Porto), William Carvalho (Sporting), and Adrien Silva (Sporting)
Defenders: Luis Neto (Zenit), Raphael Guerreiro (Dortmund), Bruno Alves (Rangers), Pepe (Real Madrid), Eliseu (Besiktas), Cedric (Southampton), Jose Fonte (West Ham), and Nelson Semedo (Benfica)
Goalkeepers: Beto (Sporting), Rui Patricio (Sporting), and Jose Sa (Porto)
The two-time Copa America champions are injury free and would look forward to learning from their mistake from the match against Australia.
Forwards: Eduardo Vargas (UANL), Martin Rodriguez (Cruz Azul), Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal), Angelo Sagal (Huachipato), Leonardo Valencia (Palestino), and Edson Puch (Pachuca)
Midfielders: Arturo Vidal (Bayern Munich), Pablo Hernandez (Celta Vigo), Felipe Gutierrez (Internacional), Francisco Silva (Cruz Azul), Jose Pedro Fuenzalida (Universidad de Chile), Charles Aranguiz (Bayer Leverkusen), and Marcelo Diaz (Celta Vigo)
Defenders: Paulo Diaz (San Lorenzo), Jean Beausejour (Universidad de Chile), Eugenio Mena (Sport Recife), Enzo Roco (Cruz Azul), Mauricio Isla (Cagliari), Gary Medel (Inter Milan), and Gonzalo Jara (Universidad de Chile)
Goalkeepers: Johnny Herrera (Universidad de Chile), Claudio Bravo (Manchester City), and Christopher Toselli (Universidad Catolica),